So, does this happen to all women when they get pregnant or only a lucky few? The term “lucky” being used for women who don’t already feel burdened by large breasts before they get pregnant of course
Well, most women do put on weight locally in their breasts when they get pregnant. And a lot of it. Ms. Kunis said in a recent interview that her breasts have pretty much tripled in size. The former petite beauty is now a C cup and is loving it.
It’s a fun time to “play” with having larger breasts when other enlarged areas of the body that typically balloon with pregnancy aren’t so fun to deal with. A lot of women miss this part of being pregnant – and I’ve seen a lot of my female friends lament that days when their breasts were full during this time, and unfortunately the aftermath is often when they have the baby, the breasts tend to “deflate”, especially if a new mom chooses to breast feed.
It’s kind of a double edged sword to most new moms. You don’t want to be “vain” but the truth is it’s fun to have those fuller breasts you enjoyed while pregnant and before nursing!
It’s your bodys way of preparing itself for nursing infants. The breasts naturally engorge during pregnancy and stay engorged unless the mother doesn’t nurse when the child is born. This part can be painful. Breasts become tender because the tissue has expanded so rapidly and they are getting used to having all that extra weight on their chest.
But it’s undeniably fun to play with the look while you have it. Dress it up, wear something that shows a lot of cleavage! It’s all natural breast tissue, so they’re never going to look that great even if you had gotten breast implants, so have some fun with it while it lasts!